Options Recovery Programme
Our day care recovery programme is called Options and has a number of groups and events running for service users.
Informal peer support for people who have attended a substance use assessment.
Open Monday to Friday: service users meet informally in a safe and supportive environment.
A place to meet new friends and mix with people in a similar situation who understand what you’re going through. Staff are always around who will offer support and advice.
A service user led session is also available on Saturdays.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other so they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism.
For more information about AA please follow this link
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a supportive group which follows the ‘Twelve Step Programme’. You don’t need to be clean to attend, just have a desire.
(Meet at Rosslyn House for 7pm on the day of the group and someone will meet you and support you to attend.)
Find out more by following this link
A wide range of creative activities including painting, craft work, model building and textiles.
Fun to do at all levels of ability and something to take home at the end of it all.
All you need to do is turn up on the day – no need to book in advance!
Support 4 Change (Family and Friends Support Group)
Our Support 4 Change Group provides support for those affected by someone else’s drinking or substance issues.
Please follow this link to find out more.
Acupuncture is a treatment derived from ancient Chinese medicine in which fine needles are inserted at certain sites in the body for therapeutic or preventative purposes. It helps with cravings, anxiety and gaining a natural sleep pattern.
Places can be booked at Rosslyn House Reception.
Try Something Different Group
This group offers an exciting opportunity to broaden your experience and knowledge of the community and culture you live in: involving visits to local museums, finding out about local history, photography and permaculture. Our Book Club is also incorporated every four weeks.
No need to book – just turn up!
Relapse Prevention Group
Relapse Prevention (RP) is a small group focusing on old and new skills to keep to your drinking/drug use goals, using peer support and sharing tips and experiences.
To access the group, please speak to your case manager or recovery worker.
Cook and Eat Group
Two people choose a menu, working to a given budget. They shop for the ingredients and then cook, with up to four other service users watching and helping with preparation – then they sit down and eat together.
If you are interested, please speak with Rosslyn House Reception.
Ranging from Indian head massage, reflexology and reiki these therapies are there to help you to relax and relieve systems of stress anxiety – they can also help in managing cravings.
Therapies are available every Monday 9.30am-5pm (please ask your case manager or recovery worker for details).
Are you depressed, anxious, irritable or angry?
Do you have difficulty concentrating, or have problems in controlling your emotions? If so, MoodMaster is a rolling programme, which is here to help and improve mental wellbeing.
No need to book in advance – just turn up!
Personality, Problems and Perceptions
This is a six week programme designed to learn new skills and develop self-awareness with the aim of leading a more satisfying life.
To access the group, speak to your recovery worker or case manager, one of the workshop facilitators.
Early Interventions Group
This group runs on a rolling programme. Topics covered are designed to equip you with knowledge and tools that will aid you in your journey through recovery. You will have a care navigator who will discuss your recovery plan and your journey through the services.
Smart Recovery Group
This is a small group focusing on helping you to achieve a healthy, positive and balanced lifestyle.
Aspire is a partnership organisation set up by Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH) and registered charity The Alcohol & Drug Service (ADS).
We pride ourselves on being innovative and forward thinking, and work closely with the recovery communities we serve to provide flexible, responsive services, which offer the best possible recovery outcomes for all our service users.